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Henry Hazlitt has been interpreting business trends for the American people for the past 35 years. Starting in the field of economics as a reporter on the
Wall Street Journal, he has served on the financial and editorial staffs of several of the great New Yorknewspapers, including the
Herald, and the
Times. In addition, he has been associated with
The Nation and edited
American Mercury and the
Freeman. Mr. Hazlitt has traveled extensively in Europeand South Americafor on- the-spot studies of world economic conditions. Since 1946, he has been a contributing editor to
Newsweek magazine, where his weekly column, "Business Tides," is a regular feature. Born in Philadelphia, in 1894, he attended the College of the City of New Yorkand served with Air Service, U. S. Army, in World War I. He is the author of many books and pamphlets dealing with economics, among which a r e
Will Dollars Save the World? and
The Great Idea. We is also well known as a lecturer and literally critic.
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